The government has today, Monday 27 March, launched its Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Action Plan.
Today's report by Baroness Casey of Blackstock follows an extensive review into the culture and standards of the Metropolitan Police Service.
In December 2021, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and College of Policing set out priority actions for all police forces in England and Wales to bring consistently high standards to the police response to violence against women and girls.
On International Women’s Day, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) is showcasing the stories of three inspiring women from across the ranks who have brought change to policing in their own unique ways.
The Chair of the National Police Chiefs' Council Martin Hewitt has responded to leaked WhatsApp exchanges from a former health secretary to a senior civil servant in 2020 revealing concerns over enforcement of Covid-19 regulations.
The National Police Chiefs' Council have submitted their evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body for police officer pay for 2023/24. It calls for a fair pay deal for officers reflecting their unique contribution to society, the limitations on them and the real terms pay cut over the past decade.
On Friday, 17 February, the NPCC leads for Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), Rape and Serious Sexual Offences and Domestic Abuse wrote to all Chief Constables in anticipation of the Home Office announcement that VAWG would be included in the Strategic Policing Requirement.
Police Chiefs reaffirm their commitment to becoming an anti-racist service after receiving thousands of feedback responses on the Police Race Action Plan to help improve policing for Black people.
David Carrick has been sentenced to life imprisonment and ordered to serve a minimum of 30 years behind bars.
We're aware of an email circulating, posing as NPCC, with a summons to court.
Widespread changes to policing were made public today as national police leaders release their response to the Hillsborough Families Report.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) have now concluded their reviews into Synlab Laboratory Services Limited’s (Synlab) analysis of drug driving samples, specifically Section 5A Road Traffic Act toxicology testing for controlled drugs.